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  • 5 Heaton Ct, Sugar Grove, IL 60554 (630) 466-1618
  • 2916 Evergreen Ln, Aurora, IL 60504 (630) 851-6753
  • Kane, IL
  • Naperville, IL
  • Cowansville, PA
  • Adrian, PA

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Jeffrey J. Painter
JEFFREY PAINTER'S GARAGE, LLC

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Navigation System That Supports Multiple Languages And Formats

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US Patent:
6989770, Jan 24, 2006
Filed:
Oct 3, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/970375
Inventors:
Jeffrey E. Painter - Aurora IL,
Assignee:
Navteq North America, LLC - Chicago IL
International Classification:
G08G 1/123
US Classification:
34099512, 34099519, 701208, 701211
Abstract:
A navigation system includes a navigation-related information server and one or more customer-interface servers. Each customer-interface server receives requests for navigation-related information from end users who have end user computing platforms. The end users send their requests for navigation-related information from end user computing platforms over a data network to the customer-interface servers. In order to respond to the end users, the customer-interface servers request language and format-independent navigation-related information from the navigation-related information server. The navigation-related information server receives the requests from the customer-interface servers. To response to each request for navigation-related information, the navigation-related information server uses one or more geographic databases to formulate language- and format-independent data structures. These language- and format-independent data structures are sent to the customer-interface servers. The customer-interface servers receive the language- and format-independent responses from the navigation-related information server, and formulate language- and format-specific responses that are sent to the end users.

Method For Representing Linear Features In A Location Content Management System

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US Patent:
8271195, Sep 18, 2012
Filed:
Jan 30, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/362786
Inventors:
Jeffrey E. Painter - Sugar Grove IL,
Vojislav Samsalovic - Chicago IL,
Assignee:
Navteq B.V. - Veldhoven
International Classification:
G01C 21/34
G06F 17/30
G01C 21/26
US Classification:
701533, 707918, 707920, 701409, 701410
Abstract:
A method for representing linear features in a location content management system is disclosed. A linear feature is represented using a sequence of routing points that define a unique path when routed on a map through those points. A routing point consists of latitude, longitude, and optional stack position. Stack position defines an upper or lower level of a double-decker bridge or road. The data representing the linear feature is stored outside of a geographic database.

Navigation System And Methods Regarding Disputed Territories

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US Patent:
8341192, Dec 25, 2012
Filed:
Sep 15, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/559723
Inventors:
Michael L. Weiland - Gurnee IL,
Jeffrey Painter - Sugar Grove IL,
Michael P. Dembski - Elmhurst IL,
Bart Tielens - Geldermalsen,
Assignee:
Navteq B.V. - Veldhoven
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707803, 707532, 707208
Abstract:
Systems, devices, features, and methods for collecting or storing data corresponding to disputed territories for a geographic database, such as for use with a navigation system, are disclosed. For example, one method comprises identifying a data record that represents a geographic feature of a disputed area. An indication of dispute may be assigned to the identified data record, in which the indication of dispute represents that the identified data record corresponds to a feature in dispute between multiple geographic entities. Another data record that represents a geographic feature in dispute may also be identified. The indication of dispute and/or the data records of the features may be stored in a geographic database.

Navigation System And Methods Regarding Disputed Territories

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US Patent:
2011006, Mar 17, 2011
Filed:
Sep 15, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/559752
Inventors:
Michael L. Weiland - Gurnee IL,
Jeffrey Painter - Sugar Grove IL,
Michael P. Dembski - Elmhurst IL,
Bart Tielens - Geldermalsen,
International Classification:
G01C 21/00
US Classification:
701208, 701200
Abstract:
Systems, devices, features, and methods for operations corresponding to disputed territories are disclosed. For example, one method comprises providing different data records corresponding to geographic features in dispute between multiple geographic entities. The different data records may be used to display different views of a disputed area as recognized by the respective geographic entities.

Method For Representing Linear Features In A Location Content Management System

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US Patent:
2013001, Jan 10, 2013
Filed:
Sep 13, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/613411
Inventors:
Jeffrey E. Painter - Sugar Grove IL,
Vojislav Samsalovic - Chicago IL,
International Classification:
G01C 21/00
G01C 21/34
US Classification:
701537, 701538, 701540
Abstract:
Representation of linear features in a location content management system is disclosed. A linear feature is represented using a sequence of routing points that define a unique path when routed on a map through those points. A routing point consists of latitude, longitude, and optional stack position. Stack position defines an upper or lower level of a double-decker bridge or road. The data representing the linear feature is stored outside of a geographic database.
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